28th May 2022 4:00pm - 29th May 2022 12:00pm


28th May 2022 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Individual Ticket: £10 | Under 26: £5 | Family: £25
29th May 2022 11:00am - 12:00pm
Individual Ticket: £10 | Under 26: £5 | Family: £25

Mary Anne lives in an ordinary little town

with an extraordinary museum.


rockets and planes

boats and trains

tigers and sloths

butterflies and moths

and a dinosaur egg………

Spike’s Dinosaur caper continues this Spring. A wonderful tale of a little girl, her grandmother and her favourite dinosaur, SPIKE! a dinosaur caper is powerfully told through theatrical storytelling and dance.

Join Spike for a magical story about the passing of time and the tales that bring families together, all set to original music.

Starcatchers is Scotland’s Arts and Early Years organisation, creating performances and creative activities for babies and children from birth to 5 years and the adults who care for them. Starcatchers believes in the transformational power of the arts to inspire Scotland’s youngest children and their grown-ups. This vision is delivered through three pillars of activity rooted in creativity and designed to connect with our youngest citizens, their parents and carers, and Early Years practitioners in communities across Scotland. Discover more at www.starcatchers.org.uk.

Andy Cannon is one of Scotland’s leading storytellers and was a founder of Wee Stories Theatre where he created productions including Labyrinth, Treasure Island and Arthur, Story of a King. Andy has worked as Artist in Residence at Platform, Glasgow and also with Macrobert, Stirling. Andy was the Creative Director of Performance for the Glasgow 2014 opening ceremony.

David Trouton is a musician who has been making up music for theatre shows for longer than he can remember. He has collaborated on many shows for children and young people by Wee Stories; Catherine Wheels; Visible Fictions and Shona Reppe Puppets – among others – and also likes to work with dancers; visual artists; filmmakers; writers and anyone else who has interesting ideas and likes to make things. David spends a lot of time in nurseries and early years settings playing music with children…probably his favourite way to spend the day. Talking of favourite things… his favourite dinosaur in the Triceratops, and his favourite sandwich is No. 26 – “The Sliced Banana and Strawberry Jam” – he likes that so much he wrote a song about it…

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